Hitachi is pleased to announce the opening of its new offices in Bradford on Avon
London, December 16 2019 --- Hitachi Information Control Systems Europe (HICSE), a supplier of innovative software solutions to the global rail industry, is relocating on December 16 to new offices located less than a mile away from its current premises.
One of Bradford on Avon’s leading employers, HICSE’s head office has been located at its current site on Kingston Road since 2010. It is moving to Middleton Drive on the new Kingston Farm development from Ashford Homes.
The move comes as a result of HICSE’s continued growth over the past few years, which has seen the permanent workforce increase to over 140 people. It also reflects the strategic expansion of its rail business both in the UK and overseas.
Tim Gray, HICSE Managing Director, commented:
We are pleased to be moving into the new premises in Bradford on Avon and to continuing our long-standing association with the local community and the Southwest region. The new offices will provide an excellent workspace for our staff and enable efficient delivery and collaboration for our customer and suppliers. Together with our Derby and Plymouth offices we are ready to build on the exciting opportunities in today’s railway industry.
About Hitachi Information Control Systems Europe Ltd.
Hitachi Information Control Systems Europe brings together many years of experience in delivery and support of simulation, control and traffic management systems. In the U.K. our products form an essential part of Network Rail’s operational infrastructure, enabling safe and efficient performance via our training simulator and automated route setting systems.
To meet rail sector challenges, our team are driving industry-changing innovations in full lifecycle modelling and simulation, including automated data validation and design optimisation solutions. We are now combining our products and experience with those of our parent company, Hitachi Limited, to deliver market leading information and control solutions such as the Tranista Traffic Management platform and related Digital Railway solutions.
For further information about the company, please visit: www.hitachi-infocon.com
Or contact Denise Watkins, Business Development Manager:
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